A New York City subway train enters the Coney Island station prior to a total subway shutdown at 7pm in New York, October 28, 2012. (Photo : REUTERS/Keith Bedford)
UPDATE: 10:35 p.m. EDT - Under New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's orders, all MTA fares - from subway, buses, Metro-North, and Long Island Rail Road - will be waived thru Friday.
New York City is slowly starting to move again following Hurricane Sandy's impact on the largest city in the US.
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The storm has led to floods in subway lines causing suspensions for every train under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
On Tuesday evening, the MTA announced limited bus service to resume and has reverted to a regular schedule for most of the five boroughs but with heavy and long lines.
Relief may soon come as the MTA confirmed several subway lines will resume, however, not to full capacity. In fact, several subway lines are still suspended as of Nov. 1.
1 train: Running between Van Cortlandt Park and 242st in The Bronx until Times Square in Manhattan.
2: Running between Wakefield and 241st Street in The Bronx until Times Square in Manhattan.
3: No service.
4: Running between Woodlawn in The Bronx until Grand Central and 42nd Street in Manhattan. The 4 train is also running in Brooklyn from New Lots Avenue to Borough Hall.
5: No service in The Bronx nor Manhattan. Runs in Brooklyn from Flatbush Avenue and Brooklyn College to Atlantic Avenue and Barclays Center.
6: Runs between Pelham Bay Park in The Bronx to Grand Central Station in Manhattan.
7: No service.
A: Runs between 168 Street to 34th Street in Manhattan. Also, the A train will run between Jay Street in Brooklyn to Ozone Park and Lefferts Boulevard in Queen.
B: No service.
C: No service.
D: Runs between Norwood and 205 Street in The Bronx to 34th Street and Herald Square in Manhattan. The D train also runs in Brooklyn from Atlantic Avenue and Barclays Center to Bay Parkway.
E: No service.
F: Runs between Jamaica and 179th Street in Queens to 34th Street and Herald Square in Manhattan. The F train will also run in Brooklyn from Avenue X to Jay Street.
G: No service.
J: Jamaica Center and Parsons/Archer in Queens to Hewes Street in Brooklyn.
L: No service.
M: Middle Village/Metropolitan Avenue in Queens to Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn.
N: Astoria and Ditmars Boulevard in Queens to 34th Street and Herald Square in Manhattan.
Q: No service.
R: Running only between Brooklyn's Jay Street to Bay Ridge and 95th Street.
S: Shuttle service in Manhattan's Times Square to Grand Central is running, but no for the Shuttles in Brooklyn and Queens.
Z: No service.
Click here for the latest MTA subway map with the recent changes.